- Parks, Recreation & Forestry
- Community Recreation Groups
Community Recreation Groups
Elmbrook United Soccer Club
Contact: Elmbrook United Website
Elmbrook United provides an extensive soccer program for Brookfield area residents, age five through adult. The club has both fall and spring coed and girls' leagues, as well as summer camps. Registration for fall takes place in May/June and registration for spring takes place in January/February. For additional information, or to register online, visit their website. You can also contact the club by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (262) 781-7348.
Elmbrook Baseball Association
With the transition of the Brookfield Bulldogs to the Jr. Lancer Baseball organization in 2019, the existing Elmbrook Baseball Association (EBA) will be assessing the potential establishment of a future collaborative community youth baseball oversight organization that would include representation from Jr. Lancers, Jr. Spartans, Elmbrook Little League, Elmbrook Braves (tournament teams) and the Brookfield Parks & Recreation Department.
Elmbrook Little League (EBLL) Contact: Elmbrook Little League Website
Elmbrook Braves provides opportunities for tournament teams at the U8 through U14 levels. Players in EBLL and the Parks and Recreation program are eligible to try out for the tournament teams which participate in a number of weekend tournaments. Braves Website
Land O’Lakes Baseball
The City of Brookfield has two teams participating in the Land O’Lakes League, Wisconsin’s oldest and largest Amateur League. A total of 40 teams participate in four divisions. The Brookfield Blue Sox are organized by Pat Tobiasz (414) 803-5848 and the Brookfield Bulldogs are organized by Jeff Mierow (414) 254-0731. Please contact either one of these teams if you have an interest in participating in this program. All home games are played at McCoy Field in Brookfield on either Saturdays or Sundays. Some night games are played at other fields during the season. High school students who have completed their season, college students who have completed their semesters, former professional baseball players, or any experienced baseball players are encouraged to contact one of the teams.
Elmbrook Swim Club
The Elmbrook Swim Club offers a full scale, competitive swim program for swimmers ages 6-18. Novice (entry) level swimmers age 6-9 must be capable of swimming 25 continuous yards, which is one length of the Brookfield East or Central pool, in good form; other training groups ages 10 and older have higher minimum requirements. Practices are held at Brookfield East, Brookfield Central and the Wiberg Aquatic Center pools. Parents are expected to assist with club activities and there is required fundraising.
For additional information visit the Elmbrook Swim Club website Opens a New Window.
Brookfield Tennis Club
Affiliated with U.S.T.A. and W.T.A. Activities include men's and women's social tennis, men's and women's teams in State Tennis league during Spring and Summer seasons, couple's tennis, and special tournaments.
For information, contact Brookfield Tennis Club Website
Jr. Lancers Youth Football
Jr. Spartans Select Baseball
Elmbrook Blues Youth Co-Ed Flag Rugby Club